Making Web Content More Salesworthy: 2 of 2 In our previous post, we talked a bit about content development techniques to help your messaging cut through the clutter — while striking a common chord with the people who are visiting your site.
Making Web Content More Salesworthy: 1 of 2 Any experienced online marketer knows that content is king. The fact is, this key philosophy for attracting inbound traffic and leads is also producing a lot of clutter for today’s over-communicated prospects. It’s a degree of clutter that makes it hard to get site visitors to pay attention to your company and message.
Heightening E-Commerce Success: 1 of 2 - The process of getting motivated customers to your site hasn’t gotten any easier. And once you’re over this initial hurdle, your site needs to be fine-tuned to make the path from browsing to buying as streamlined as possible.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth a million, and if your web site has a few videos, how many of those millions of words are contributing to your site’s SEO? The sad answer for most content managers is “zero”.
The Business Side of Social Media: 2 of 2 - In our previous blogpost, we talked about using social media to create a “magnetic field” for potential buyers. The idea is to attract prospects and keep them engaged, while they’re working through today’s more diverse and complex decision-making process.
The Business Side of Social Media: 1 of 2 - Over the past decade, social media has evolved from a novel marketing tactic to become a key contributor to business strategy. Still, many companies view social media as not quite worthy of a seat at the big-kids table, and are reluctant to dive in.